Delicious and Comforting!

Lately, we’ve been eating a lot of chicken because we need to cut down on having red meat. Therefore, I need to figure out different ways to serve it so we will not get bored of eating chicken. Since I now have access to Poblano Chile, I thought, “Why not cook something with it?” Today’s dish is not only easy to make but also extremely … Continue reading Delicious and Comforting!

They are sooooo good!!!!

I have noticed of late that I have been fancying or craving for a lot of Asian cooking. Honestly, much of it is not so good for my waistline because it either has lots of carbs or are fried. Errr… What utter rubbish am I talking about? There are exceptions! Salads! Anyway, exceptions included I love my Asian food because they are sooooo good!!!! So … Continue reading They are sooooo good!!!!

Easy peasy and cheap!

My first Vietnamese dining experience took place whilst I was living and studying in Hawaii back in 1995. Almost on a daily basis, I would have their fried rice, bahn mi or sometimes, pho. I love Vietnamese food but rarely get to eat them these days because there are not that many eateries around me now that serve good Vietnamese cuisine. So, what do I … Continue reading Easy peasy and cheap!

Another Kind of Lollipop!

Usually, the first thing that pops into mind when you hear the word lollipop is a stick with some kind of candy on it. Well, I think of it that way. Today, I am going to share with you another kind of lollipop! Crispy Mustard Chicken Lollipop The Ingredients 450 g Chicken lollipops salt and pepper 1/4 cup Dijon Mustard 1 clove garlic, minced 1/2 … Continue reading Another Kind of Lollipop!

Spicy and sweet.

Along the lines of thinking thin, I had made this particular meal some while back.  It’s very simple and full of flavor and texture with little ingredients required. Spicy Apricot Orange and Ginger Chicken on a bed of Braised Spinach The Ingredients 1/4 cup Apricot, Orange and Ginger jam 1/4 teaspoon Red Pepper Flakes 4 Skinless Chicken Breasts Coarse Salt and Ground Pepper 1.6 kg … Continue reading Spicy and sweet.

Thinking Thin.

Lately, I’ve been feeling a little heavy. So, thinking thin has been the goal when it comes to my cooking. Trust me, this does not always happen because I love just about anything (non-healthy food included) but at least I am trying. Today, I present you a recipe of very easy to make and a healthy meal! Cumin & Yogurt Oven Grilled Chicken served with Romaine … Continue reading Thinking Thin.

Pretti-licious canapes!

Whenever we host dinners at home, I always like to prepare a canape or two.  One of my favorite to serve is the Canapes of Quenelle Smoked Salmon with Onions, Capers and Lime Mayo on Rye Bread! The Ingredients 250 g Smoked Salmon, chopped 1 medium Red Onion, chopped 2 tablespoons Capers 2 tablespoons Mayonaise 1/2 lime, juice only Rye bread, cut into rectangles or squares … Continue reading Pretti-licious canapes!